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Anyone else afarid to take B's and keep putting it off??

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by cobain_justinsane, Apr 10, 2015.

  1. cobain_justinsane


    Hey everyone

    I've tried taking my B's in the past but have had bad reactions to them. Increased mental symptoms, anxiety, depression.

    I am now afraid to take them, it's almost like a phobia and I keep putting off until, tomorrow, and then tomorrow. There's always some excuse as to why I talk myself out of taking them. But, I know it's because of the reactions I've had with them in the past.

    I know I need to take them because I have B12 deficiency and it's beginning to cause me problems and I know it's only going to get worse. But I'm so afraid to take the B12.

    Any advice or suggestions. I know that I just have to force myself to take them and just surrender to the process.

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  2. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

    I had similar issues starting the Bs in a moment of deep deficiency. I reacted badly and had to back off for a while then I simply started very low and tried to find a dosage that caused little to no problems.

    It has taken me many months to get to a "normal" dosage trying different forms, and products, brands etc...

    Patience is the key. If you can keep the anxiety at bay it will be fine :)
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  3. Gondwanaland

    Gondwanaland Senior Member

  4. maddietod

    maddietod Senior Member

    East Coast, USA
    Have you experimented with different brands and forms of Bs? For example, sublingual B12 tabs, or drops? Both of these could also be broken down into low doses and you could titrate up.
  5. determined

    determined Senior Member

    USA: Deep South
    I was very much afraid for years and I didn't start for that reason, until, well, I finally did.

    But when I finally did start with "near homeopathic doses," I saw big results. So much so that I started work full time almost two years ago. My job is very rigorous, both physically and mentally, but I do love it.

    I am not cured but my symptoms of weakness/fatigue haven't bothered me much at all since I started the supplements. I have other symptoms and I need to do better with diet, but I can exercise with long walks (moderate pace) and use of weights.

    here is my story:
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